Golden Gate seminary sells site, will move
After futile efforts to build homes for sale on its 126-acre campus amid prime real estate near San Francisco Bay, the Southern Baptist–affiliated Golden Gate Theological Seminary is selling its site and making plans to relocate in Southern California.
Seminary president Jeff Iorg announced the sale on April 1 at the Mill Valley campus for an undisclosed amount to North Coast Land Holdings, a family foundation. “The final agreement will result in resources for a new primary campus in Southern California, a new commuter campus in the Bay Area, . . . as well as a substantial addition to the seminary’s endowment,” said Iorg, as reported by Baptist Press.
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